We're transitioning from one of the year's nicest days to a chilly night with calm winds. There's actually a Frost Advisory for many of our northern towns. It is a little bit early for that in the year but isolated freezing temperatures are possible!
Tomorrow temperatures will be a repeat of today, with a few of us even a bit cooler. West River, the new south winds mean temperatures will flirt with 90 and the overnight lows will start to be warmer.
Monday signals a brief jump in the highs, with many of us above 90. Tuesday and Wednesday will be a lot cooler, back in the middle 70s. There is a shot at getting some rain, but not until Wednesday and Thursday. That system coming in doesn't want to form until it's most of the way through KELOLAND. The southeast has the best chance but only for scattered storms at this point.
Otherwise it will very quiet and dry. Many days will be great for outdoor activities but we do need the rain!